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Elected Officials

  • Vandana Slatter, WA State Representative (48th LD)
  • Sen. Rebecca Saldaña Washington State Senator (37th LD) Deputy Majority Leader
  • Sen. Lisa Wellman, WA State Senator (41LD)
  • Claudia Balducci, King County Councilmember District 6
  • Sarah Perry, King County Councilmember District 3
  • Angela Kugler, Kenmore City Councilmember
  • Paul Charbonneau, Newcastle City Councilmember
  • Mason Thompson, Bothell Mayor
  • Melanie O'Cain, Kenmore Deputy Mayor
  • Sam Cho, Port of Seattle Commissioner Position 2
  • Debbie Page, Black Diamond City Councilmember

    Former Elected Officials

    • Krystal Marx, Former Burien City Councilmember and Deputy Mayor
    • Hank Margeson, Former Redmond City Councilmember
    • Mona Das, Former WA State Senator for the 47th district

    Community Leaders 

    • Alicia Crank
    • Michelle Merriweather
    • Katherine Hollis
    • Janet Richards
    • Tammy Waddell
    • Marlon Brown, Partner. Racial Equity Consultants
    • Sherri Nichols, Redmond Planning Commission, Chair
    • Roy Captain, Former Redmond Planning Commission, Chair
    • Betty Spieth, Partner. Langton Spieth LLC
    • Sarah Langton, Partner. Langton Spieth LLC
    • Chris Simmons, Owner. Calm Living
    • Krist Brown, Owner & Chef. COMMUNION R & B and That Brown Girl Cooks!
    • Chari Davenport, Executive Director of Equity & Inclusion. Cascadia College
    • Claire Sumadiwirya, Founder. Bellden Café
    • Chris Randels, Founder. Complete Streets Bellevue
    • Ty Rudder, Board Member. Partnership For Youth Justice
    • Axton Burton, Executive Director. Pride Across the Bridge
    • Carrie Barns, Chair. King County Democrats
    • Michael Maine, business owner, board member. Michael B. Maine Photography
    • Ron Bryant Sr., law enforcement office. Retired. Vietnam Veteran.





    Progreso: Latino Progress

    Please note:  Endorsers' offices, positions, or organizations are provided for identification purposes only and do not denote an endorsement of the candidate by that organization.

    Endorsements from current Councilmembers are endorsing my value add, my leadership, and their willingness to work with me. Their endorsement does not signify that we are 100% aligned.

    I've found that Angie Nuevacamina is a person who shows up. She listens, works with others across differences, and makes performs real action for the benefit of communities across the area. I trust that she truly values the people. — Michael Maine

    Angie and I have been connected through the world of women's entrepreneurship for many years. Her commitment to her community and desire to guide the growth of Redmond is inspiring. Angie is a straight shooter and Redmond residents will be lucky to have her. — Debbie Page
    Black Diamond City Councilmember

    Redmond needs voices like Angie at City Hall. She not only represents the diversity of the Redmond Community, her life reflects it in meaningful relationships with a cross-section of the community. As Redmond grows, we need people who connect with the fastest growing sections of the city. I believe Angie is someone who can do that successfully. — Janet Richards

    Angela loves her community! If you see her on the Sammamish River Trail or anywhere in Redmond, she’ll be the first to give you an unsolicited and genuine greeting. If you have the opportunity to see her out in town, she will listen to all concerns and engage in a productive and positive way. A leader that cares! — Carlos Rosado Santini
    Maintenance Controller

    Angie brings the expertise and experiences to make her city more representative, inclusive, and just. — Rebecca SaldaƱa
    State Senator, 37th LD

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